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Spring Review 2004

Pete Carroll

Click below for a recap of Spring Ball 2004. All in all it was a good spring, one that leaves no doubt the Trojans will deserve mention among the top teams in the country heading into the season:

As we headed into spring practice this year there was a sense that things might be unsettled in the land of Troy following the sudden departure of a few key players but once the team hit the field those concerns were quickly tossed aside. It didn't take long for Pete Carroll to showcase some of the young talent that he has stockpiled in recent years and several of those players stepped up to show...

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